Hawaii's two-way radio, sales, service, rental & real-time GPS tracking source!
25+ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.
Locally owned wireless communication
About Starcomm Wireless
Starcomm Wireless is a locally owned “Hawaii” 2-Way Radio communications company that has been providing our customers with reliable wireless solutions and quality service since 1998. We specialize in two-way radio sales, rentals, repairs, repeaters, service agreements, installation, airband and statewide Digital/LTE radio communication. We also offer wireless call boxes, numeric pagers, commercial vehicle GPS tracking and CCTV security camera solutions for both home and business.
We are conveniently located in Honolulu at 275 Puuhale Road in Kalihi. Come in and visit our showroom or call us at (808) 845-7827. We are ready to work for you!
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Communication is Key
At Starcomm Wireless, we believe good solid communication is the key to the success of any business or operations. For over 25 years, we have been "at the service" of many businesses across the Hawaiian Islands. Our clients include businesses and institutions ranging from a wide variety of industries including those in hospitality, transportation, public safety, construction, retail, education, assisted living, hospitals, utilities and many more.
At Starcomm Wireless, our number one goal is CUSTOMER SERVICE! Our skilled team of professionals in sales and service will provide communication solutions that will meet your needs immediately and most times on the same day. We put our experience to work for you featuring quality products and services including: a full line of two-way radio land mobile products and accessories, an in-house service and repair center, a fully implemented digital and LTE statewide radio system, real-time GPS vehicle tracking, CCTV equipment, installation, FCC licensing and coordination, statewide numeric paging service, wireless call boxes and much more!
Lad Panis – President & System Manager
“I never thought that I would be in the 2-way radio business” says Lad Panis, who is the owner and President of Starcomm Wireless. How he found himself in the radio communication industry has been an interesting journey. Starting his career in the restaurant and airline business taught him the importance of customer service. After leaving the Airlines business, his entrepreneurial spirit moved him start his own radio broadcast marketing company, Starcomm Sports Radio. He has spent over 20 years marketing and broadcasting high school and college sports on both radio and television, airing many football, basketball, and volleyball games.
Just as his broadcast marketing company was starting to gain momentum, he was introduced to 2-way radios. Never satisfied with the status quo and with that same entrepreneurial spirit, he leapt at the chance of starting a new business in a niche industry in Hawaii. Founded in 1994, Starcomm Wireless was created. Since then, Lad has guided Starcomm Wireless with the same values he learned early on in his career – where customer service is the top priority. He feels that good business involves “developing a relationship with our customers” and our success comes from providing great products with great service. He credits his dedicated service and administrative staff for continued success in the field. Lad believes that one of the most interesting things about being in the radio communication industry is that “there is always something new to learn – new technology, new equipment, new applications for 2-way radios in the communication field”.
Starcomm Wireless Inc. welcomes resumes from potential employees with experience. Applicants must display relevant experience with either 2-way Radios (Motorola, Kenwood & ICOM), CCTV installation or Sales. Full-time or part-time positions with competitive pay and benefits are available for the right candidate. If you feel you can be an asset to the Starcomm Team, please email your resume attention to Lad Panis to email@example.com or by fax to (808) 838-0081.
Resumes will not be accepted on-site and inquiries by phone are strongly discouraged.